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The Inn at Montchanin Village is historic. We spent Mother's Day weekend getting pampered at the spa and spending the night in a two story townhouse. The spa was wonderful. The changing area is small and not so private but it was all females so...More
The review is titled as such because this is exactly what this reminded me of- a grandmother's room at an assisted living facility. Don't get me wrong, the concept is lovely. The set up of the homes along the cobblestone path is quaint and serene....More
My wife and I have visited this place from time to time, over the years, as it holds a special place in our hearts. Our stays have always been enjoyable, and this time was no different.
We usually stay in the Henry room, but since...More
Looking for something different? This is your place! Rather than a high rise with lots of glass, mirrors, and thick carpeting, Montchanin is a group of converted small homes - each with two or more "suites". Room furnishings are - in some instances - "shabby...More
I paid $244 for a January night. The chairs in the room were threadbare and the carpet was old. The fireplace was little more than a TV stand and I woke up to housekeeping vacuuming the floor above us in the morning and ridiculously loud...More
Lobby has Keurig machine for coffee or hot chocolate along with biscottis I believe. They would like men to wear jackets for dinner as it is a very nice restaurant, but as with most of what is occurring regarding dining out... More
Lobby has Keurig machine for coffee or hot chocolate along with biscottis I believe. They would like men to wear jackets for dinner as it is a very nice restaurant, but as with most of what is occurring regarding dining out, I have seen men in jeans. Since this is a restaurant that attracts not just hotel guests, but is a "dining destination" and is considered upscale, strongly suggest sport coat, though tie is clearly not necessary.